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recover a note at the crime scene. >> i in that note he indicated his anger and malice toward the tsa officers. there is a video of the incident as stated in the complaint. the video shows the defendant's activities during the crime yesterday. at the crime scene we row recovd five loaded magazines and a host of unspent ammunition, bullet casings. >> it was a large crime scene. the fbi's evidence response team-worked that scene. we called in assistance from our san francisco office and phoenix office and san diego office. >>> the fbi indicated four people were shot and one was a tsa agent hernandez. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, brother and friend. he would have been 4 40 next we. i'm truly devastated. we are all heart broken and will miss him dearly. thank you very much. >> and our brian rooney joins us live from lax with more on this. what else do we no about this suspected. he is 23-year-old and he his name is paul cianca from new jersey and do we know what possibly motivated him? >> well, obviously we are told that he left a note and messing ans thaingan -- messages that h
's a fundamentally different problem than someone who is purposefully and with malice enacting some harm against your organization. so for the purpose of this presentation and how i think the insider threat problem should be defined, it's about really looking for that specific intent and malice. though the insider threat issue has garnered a lot more support and a lot more noteworthy news in recent years because of some of the high profile cases, it's one of the least voluminous problems that can have some of the highest impacts. insider threats cannot only compromise sensitive government information that can have longstanding effects for our government, our economy, our international operations, they can also cause damage to the government and industry in the numbers of billions of dollars which i don't really think anybody has that money to spare. the other key factor of the insider threat problem is that we really can't focus be, again, on specific situations. of it's not about someone who's a spy or someone who prints a lot of data or injects mal code into a system. it has numerous types of manif
. >>> he indicated his anger and his malice. i would say towards the t.s.a. officers. >> charged with murder. police file charges against the man they say killed a t.s.a. at pointblank range. revenge suicide bombing, that's what the pakistan taliban is promising as they blame the u.s. for killing their leader. >> and offline again - healthcare.gov website is down this sunday as programmers try to make it glitch free once and for all. >>> hello, welcome to al jazeera america. live from new york city. i'm morgan radford. . >>> authorities file murder charges against a man they say opened fire inside terminal 3 at los angeles international airport. details emerged about the shooting that left one t.s.a. dead and others wounded. police say paul ciancia was dropped off by someone at lax before opening his bag, whipping out an assault rifle and shot gerardo i. hernandez at pointblank range. witnesses say sooens -- sooens walk said away -- paul ciancia walked away only to return and shot gerardo i. hernandez again. he left a note saying he was targeting security screeners. brian rooney
, but i know the research as professor malic has. it almost results in higher prices and ken has access issues as there is one obvious way to think about it is what does it mean for the prices being charged to the uninsured. it's rare that people who can't afford it pay the full price, but it could happen, but there's also concern that as prices continue to rise, that the growing gap between what commercial payers pay and what public payers pay, could lead to access issues generally that there may not be providers accept general patients because their prices haven't been kept low enough since they didn't have to be kept low enough and it's no longer sustainable to them to provide to those who can't pay. there is a broad body of research to be done, but there's more to learn. >> i know some were saying as we were negotiations and supervisor farrel and chiu did great work to make sure the cpnc development is going to move forward at a positive way, but i know as the 50 bed centralized location was being discussed. some were saying st. mary and others might be negatively impacted by pric
damages. the jury found one of the girls acted wit malice, meang her family could face punitive mages as well. both des were back in court and reached an agreement those damages. the details could be made public in a few weeks. >>> is it a tribute or an a national dete is now local. there's a proposal to change the name of the vallejo'sigh school mascot, the apache. >> reporter: this is an ise that's stirring up all kindsof emotions here in vallejo. some feel the mascot is a real source of pride and tradition and honorhile others say it is hurtful and humiliating. >> they say it is honorin me >> reporter: she says she's been troubled for years by thepache mascot. she's among thoseushing the district t change it. >> we have many students who go to scol and we've hear they're embarrassed about the whole thin they're afraid to say they're nativemericanecause ty will be ridicul or teased. we are not mascots for s. entertainment. >> reporter: the unified school board is set to vote on wether to scrap the mascot oe and for he says he's never seen o heard anthing derogatory. >> i think it's
is unhappy happening to us as african people there's been permeated malice and for thought to remove black people from the city. and to speak about cultural institutions whether they were the soul food restaurants or chicago barbara shop and the marcus book store and we can go on and on but those of us who have been in place to stop the hemorrhageing. the jazz heritage center in particular has a dear plays in my heart. former supervisor mark said there were 3 cultural institutions open fillmore street it's the marcus book store and the jazz and the john culture church. the rest is a feeding trove and gym joints which we understand begin joint gave birth to this music. my grandson was able to take advantage of the drum lessons that trudy i didn't gave and other things that have happened that are crumbling e krushl important. there's a great picture here we need to 250k. this of the destined to revitalize and grandparent the african-american community. i'm so glad to see so many of people of color on this board >> (calling names). >> here's the problem you guys want to make it your stuff a
politician threatening to cut off nato supply routes. >> he indicated anger and malice towards the tsa officers. >> investigators look at what may have motivated the fatal attack at los angeles international airport. >> two french journalists are abducted and killed in northern mali. the same area where the government helped to defeat those fighters months ago. . >>> pakistan's enemy number one is dead. hakimullah mehsud was killed in a u.s. drone strike along with four others. but the pakistani government and politicians are denouncing the killing, saying the strike derailed planned peace talks. >> the efforts have been ambushed. it was not acquired from the front. it was an ambush. we see it as an ambush. >> pakistani taliban fighters secretly buried their leader on saturday, but vowed a wave of rerevenge suicide bombings. some pakistani lawmakers are demanding that u.s. supply lines into afghanistan be blocked as a response. >> the chief minister is standing here with me. they have decided that god willing the assembly will pass a unanimous declaration not to allow nato supply to en
. how does he ever get his credibility sfwhak. >> no, i don't feel that -- this is not malice. >> he did lie. >> i don't feel it's malice. it's difference between losing your plan and losing your insurance benefits. secondly, the insurance companies didn't need to do that. all they had to do was make an adjustment to so many of these plans. and what the insurance companies wanted to do was make this plan look bad. >> the insurance companies didn't say -- wait a minute. >> what he metropolitan was if you had the plan that complies with this -- >> you can keep it. he said that. he said it and his white house knew better than that. >> leslie, let many ask you a question. >> did he need to be more specific? absolutely. but do i feel that he was maliciously -- he did not go far enough in his comment. absolutely. he was not specific enough with his comment. >> oh, good grief. >> but i don't feel that he was doing a no new taxes with the american people. >> why didn't he tell us the truth and should he have told us the truth? i mean look, why not go out and say look, there's a number of substan
to kill, and a note for police. >> in that note, he indicated his anger and his malice, i would say, towards the tsa officers. >> reporter: according to a federal criminal complaint, ciancia fired multiple rounds at point-blank range at officer hernandez. investigators say ciancia then proceeded up an else canlator, but when the wounded officer appeared to move, he returned to the lobby, shooting hernandez again. >> we have a tsa officer shot. >> reporter: with hernandez down, the gunman is on the move. police say he shoots and wounds t two more tsa officers. a high school teacher is also hit. once he was past security, police say the suspect made his way down this long corridor. according to some reports, he went up to witnesses and said, tsa? they shook their head no, the suspect kept going. in 60 seconds, police corner ciancia, shooting him multiple times and at least once in the head. >> suspect down, suspect down. >> reporter: we now know ciancia lived in los angeles for over a year. law enforcement sources tell nbc news he legally purchased two guns from a target range not far
or a -- a wiccan, but for the most part, not out of any malice or anything like that, but because this is what the people in this community knew and were familiar with and what most of the ministers were, most of the prayers sounded like this. >> well, no. i mean, it's clearly not correct that most of the prayers sounded like the one you just read. >> but your position is that wouldn't matter, as i understand, because you have you have -- you have two limitations, proselytizing and disparaging. and -- but i think justice kagan's question just set place place limitations. one could read your brief and say, well, it doesn't matter; it could be an executive body, it could be a court, it could be a town meeting, a school board, a zoning board, a utilities board. that's -- is this case about prayer at the beginning of a legislative session or is it about prayer in all three branches of government? >> this case is about prayer at the beginning of a legislative session. that's exactly what the meetings at issue here are -- are about. that's what the board of the town of greece is. in fact, respondent
scene. in that note, he indicated his malice and anger towards the tsa officers. they are checking whether a roommate unwittingly drove him to the airport. they describe ciancia as a loan are and in hopes of piecing together the sequence of events. the wife of the victim said he took great pride in his job. >> he enjoyed his interaction with the passengers at lax. >> he was born in he will salvador and would have turned 40. the couple was married on valentine's day 1988. two others were wounded while two other people were injured running from the scene. >>> this weekend, the 100-foot pylons are lit up in blue to honor hernandez, the first officer to be killed in the 12 year history. >> they are also wearing black bands over his badges in his memory. >> the transportation security administration will review his policy in the wake of the shootings. the head of the tsa said agents are the first line of defense and said he will do everything possible to make sure something like this does not happen again. he did not say whether or not he wants agents to start carrying weapons. >> they
to the organization. fundamentally different problem than someone who is purposefully and with malice and acting harm against your organization. so for the purposes of this how it shouldnd be defined for made should be looking for the specific intent of malice. threat issuesider has garnered a lot more support and a lot more noteworthy news in recent years because of some of the high-profile cases, it is one of the least voluminous of thes but has some highest impacts. insider threat cannot only compromise sensitive government information that can have long- standing effects for our government, our economy, our international operations. it can also cause damage to the government and industry in the numbers of billions of dollars which i don't think has that money this -- that money to spare. key the space of the factor is that we cannot focus on specific, isolated situations. it is not about someone who is a spy or someone who prince a lot of data or injects malware into its system. it has numerous types of manifestations, both in terms of the actual malicious behavior and then in the a that that beh
she has done and particularly in the past, with case like malice green and we believe she was thorough in this case, we are certainly supporting her and we are going to be watching and waiting patiently as the jury and the judge make the decision about what will happen here. >> do you believe racism was involved in this case? >> you know race in america has definitely amped up a couple of levels in the last few years here. you know we have seen trayvon martin ranisha mcbride, we have heard statements from right wing conservative folks like ted knew jent and hank williams in regard to their hate for president obama. we believe that there is definitely -- we are going in the wrong direction in terms of race relations in america. and we've got to really stop these politics of division from becoming pervasive across the country. obviously, this man was acting you know in a sense of him saying an african american. we have to ask ourselves the question if it was a white woman that was coming to his door would he have shot her? and if there was a black man who shot a white woman, would he wou
not that we not be judged. he closes with the great line with malice towards none and charity for all and firmness in the right as god gives us to see the right. let us drive to finish the work we are in. you may think what does this have to do with me? you are a college student and intern and working with office and in business here. what does that have to do with me? often i thought of the same thing myself. i am a writer and a mother and you wonder what it has to do with us. it has a lot to do with us. we have the truth and we don't want to lean on judgment. we know that doesn't get us to where we need to go. we also have to understand that if we want to dream big and think about where we want our nation to be when my children are older which i have my two little ones, we have to think about a nation that can be focussed on truth to creative solutions. part of saying what is truthful without judgment is the truth is still the truth. it doesn't make the truth go away. it makes us focus on the truth and create a really creative solution versus looking at the past and figuring out how
. there was malice of forethought and for a tv host constantly attacking the president's critics as racist, he cast himself in the role of a vicious slave owner who wanted to meet out this dehumanizing punishment on this public figure. what msnbc decides to do is completely up to them. let's reflect back that in 2008, david shuster was guest hosting for msnbc, and he made a remark that was offhand and distasteful about hillary clinton and her daughter, chelsea clinton. he was put on suspension and eventually after acrimony, left the network. >> i would like to pushback just a bit and note that glenn beck accused president obama of being a racist. later reconsidered his words. apologized. people moved on. shouldn't martin bashir get the same sort of consideration? >> i don't think the remarks compare. i can't speak for glenn beck. you can make your decision about what you think about the president's racial outlook. what martin bashir did was cast himself in the role of an 18th century slave owner who suggested that sarah palin be treated to what we agree is vicious, vulgar punishment. >> erik, you s
that they should be no question of amnesty, surely there is some malice in the proposal from the northern ireland attorney general, but rather that entering enormous expenditure and effort pursuing crimes committed during the troubles, decades ago, where the evidence is difficult if not impossible to establish, to justify grievances of victims including widows of police officers and prison officers should be addressed in other ways so that northern ireland can move on from its hideous past. >> i have great respect for the gentleman's views on this issue to he served in northern ireland. he knows how important these issues are. first of all, i do think it's important to allow -- about parades, flags and the giddy with the path. clearly the duty with the past part is most difficult of the three and the most difficult to unlock. the second point i would make is we are all democrats to believe in the rule of law, believe in the it dependence of the police and prosecuting authorities, and they should if they're able to the able to bring cases and i think it's a dangerous to think you can put some sort
did voluntarily and with malice aforethought kill john f. kennedy by shooting him with a gun, end quote. following the reading of the complaint, oswald said, that's ridiculous. >> within hours of the assassination, it was very obvious to virtually everyone in the dallas law enforcement that oswald had killed kennedy. >> chief, can you tell us in summary what districtrectly lin oswald to the killing of the president? >> well, the fact that he was on the floor where the shots were fired from immediately before the shots were fired. the fact he was seen carrying a package to the building, the fact that -- >> what was in there. >> yesterday morning. >> after the shooting in dealey plaza, oswald was the only employee at the book depository that fled the building. 45 minutes later he kills the officer and he resisted arrest by pulling a gun on an officer. >> doors just opened. >> during 12 hours of interrogation by the dallas police department over the weekend, he told one provable lie after another. >> did you buy that rifle? >> that's the facts you people have been given but i deny th
with malice and has been given the maximum sentence, death in the electric chair after the jury deliberated 2 hours and 25 minutes. >> what do you think of this verdict? >> i believe that jack ruby was a paid killer to close the mouth of my son, lee harvey oswald. >> the question of whether ruby knew oswald before or was in cahoots to kill him is one of the most important questions. because ruby knew people in criminal activities, there was a lot of investigation about a potential conspiracy. >> ruby would have been one of the most unlikely and worst hit men that the mob could ever get. >> on november 24th, 1963, lee harvey oswald is supposed to have been transferred at 10:00. at 10:00, the evidence is undisputed that jack ruby was at home asleep. then he got dressed and drove downtown. >> the receipt shows that ruby was sending a money order to one of his strippers from a western union office across from the courthouse at 11:17 a.m. >> we know that at 11:20, three minutes later, a block away, jack ruby killed lee harvey oswald. the evidence showed that he was down there anywhere from 5 to 15
in and set off the palace -- malice at the palace. this is great stuff. they do it to different these days. who people don't see a lot in studios and the commercial breaks, ken and elizabeth have a little dance of their own. would you guys like to show that. >> you're going to get all embarrassed. she will not do what she does. >> it is my signature dance move. >> you may see it some time. you'll have to stay tuned. >> okay. forget that one. how about the kids cam thing? i love that at the stadium arenas. >> we don't do that here. >> we're not kissing you, if that's what you're getting at. >> all right. before we say good night, more on that breaking news. b.a.r.t station severely delayed because of debris on the track. a kpix staffer sat the embarcadero station telling us riders are being turned away. b.a.r.t just told us it will be another half hour before the tracks will be cleared. >> all righty. and we have no rain, you're saying on thanksgiving? >> reporter: rain free on thanksgiving and hannakah. thanksgivingaka. >> there you go. your quote. see you at 11:00. ♪ because we know how
giant, maybe the malice should by the lie and the disney is the best in hollywood. lions gate and 6 hits living in court, may be abridged too far. the mouse has been up 1.4%, the lion king down on profittaking an disney is up last time i checked and the lion king down, frozen and $8,200,000,000 worldwide, less than catching fire, less than two weeks with the disney machine will leverage that with hundreds of billions of dollars in related sales. froze in merchandise sales are wrong. princesses trump all lawyer. dagen: you haven't seen either one so far. dennis: my daughter is 13, does she go for the racy -- does she want to see that? i am going for frozen. dagen: at stock even though it is strong in the last year, at so much good news price until after the opening weekend, that stock was in the tank. dennis: the stock had run up. more than double the past year and especially in more recent months but $4 billion, pretty cheap. got to look at buying that. dagen: you would think. may be that is the run up. dennis: the vampire guys, not to buy them. -nick isn't it heartwarming that disney ca
/2 hours to reach a verdict. >> we the jury find the defendant waseem daker guilty of count one, malice murder. >> guilty of the murder of 30-year-old carmen smith. >> you go all these years thinking that he got away with it. and he didn't. >> at daker's sentencing, the state called just one witness, nick smith, who was determined to face his attacker one last time. >> i was not going to let him defeat me, no way. >> waseem took my mother's life and stabbed me, my life was put on hold. >> nick struggled to hold back tears. >> you wonder will someone other than me control my life and enter my thoughts. he's finally caught and i'm finally free. i love you, mom. i never wanted to use what happened as any sort of crutch or let it get any way. i did the best i could. if she was still here, i think she would be proud. >> the judge decided daker's sentence, life was 47 years. >> it's typical of the coward that you would act the way you're acting. and that's what you are, a coward. >> case closed. justice for carmen and nick smith and the victory lottie had wofb wanted so badly. but the story w
its in the of malice of the children and shoot the men of wealth. -- issued to them in the mouth. said these were cases that started to re-emerge as a stated but they are e -- an unusual. i don't see these women as freaks of nature or marginal sociopaths but as a started to read the book and the seeds of momentum of the regime and how they were socialized many were committing the crimes with committing the crimes with their children by their side. looking to the future this was headed with this kind of violence that was socially acceptable within these communities erna petri was not punished for the crimes committed they slipped back into society as a housewife for secretary but were not habitual killers. they just change their behavior with the system collapsed. so they went back to normal law-abiding citizens that is why many were not viewed from prosecutors as culpable are taken as seriously. then end women are capable because women wrap then center of this culture of consumption not because of their gender but in spite of acting as human beings in extreme circumstances to become co
, to have a baha'i minister or a -- a wiccan, but for the most part, not out of any malice or anything like that, but because this is what the people in this community knew and were familiar with and what most of the ministers were, most of the prayers sounded like this. >> well, no. i mean, it's clearly not correct that most of the prayers sounded like the one you just read. >> but your position is that wouldn't matter, as i understand, because you have you have -- you have two limitations, proselytizing and disparaging. and -- but i think justice kagan's question just set place -- place limitations. one could read your brief and say, well, it doesn't matter; it could be an executive body, it could be a court, it could be a town meeting, a school board, a zoning board, a utilities board. that's -- is this case about prayer at the beginning of a legislative session or is it about prayer in all three ranches of government? >> this case is about prayer at the beginning of a legislative session. that's exactly what the meetings at issue here are -- are about. that's what the board of the town
charging theodore with second-degree murder, manslaughter with intend but not malice and a weapons count. >> i am saying we do not believe he acted in lawful self-defense. >> reporter: on november 2nd, a couple hours before she was killed, mcbride crashed her car. about two hours later, at 4:30 in the morning, several blocks from the accident scene, police say she appeared on wafer's front porch where he fired a single shotgun blast through locked screen door killing the 19-year-old. mcbride was drunk. nearly three time the legal limit in michigan. yet prosecutors say, it did not play a role in charging wafer. >> we don't feel it is relevant at all in this case. >> reporter: prosecutors also rule out race playing a role. police say wafer told them his shotgun went off accidentally. that he heard noises and thought someone was breaking in. mcbride's family wonders why he didn't just call police. that their daughter likely just wanted help from a stranger. and wound up losing her life. >> i can't imagine in my wildest dream what that man feared from her. to shoot her in her face. >> he sho
friendly to lincoln and he's certainly a guy that did not like the second inaugural. malice toward none? no way. i want to go down and hang those guys. he said, lincoln said the world will little note nor long remember what we say here but it can never forget what they did here. sumner said the speech would live when the memory of the battle would be lost. or only remembered because of the speech. >> yeah? >> yes. i am william redd from pennsylvania and i have two questions. during the first years of the civil war, abraham lincoln avoided saying it was a civil war. right? and then gettysburg address he admits it really is a civil war. and what did lincoln mean when he said a new birth of freedom? i think you mentioned that but i think you -- or i think you might want to review it again. >> yes. and i think a new birth of freedom does resonate about slavery and he's not going to come right out and say that because that would -- he's trying to get people to come together on first principles. that's his whole strategy as a politician. don't alienate people. talk about what you agree on. wh
to write a little bit differently now that malice or reef has been elected prime minister know enough to society if a storm that has spawned two of them a note to say that in that we too like all of the puppies were going to be fundamentally motivated by our national interest existed we may have a broader and more generous definition of the national interest. a new lincoln would more elements of our own society in its. then the bjp seems to want to do but then coming back to your question. as far as baucus on this consent of me in india have really nothing we want from pockets none other than peace. we have no territorial designs on them we have no particular desire to subordinate them to anything the buzz we would like him often have created open borders with the mission the problem is this one something with that which we are not going to give that which happens to be two thirds of us state of jammu and kashmir which they claim is part of the unfinished business a politician for us politicians finished business and then bm are interested in in negotiating opted to send me an awful t
don't feel that. >> this is not malice, sean. there is a difference. >> he lied out of love, compassion. why did he lie? >> the insurance companies didn't need to do it. all they had to do was make an adjustment the to so many plans. what the insurance companies want the to do is make the president -- >> they have to say -- >> with regard to the president. what he meant was they have a plan. >> he didn't say if you like your plan you can keep it. he said that. he said it and his white house knew better than that. >> let me ask you a question. >> did he need to be specific. >> absolutely. he didn't go far enough in the comment, absolutely. he was not specific enough with his comments. i don't feel he was doing dr. >> let me get in here and ask you a question. should he have told us the truth? why not say there are a number of substandard plans. i'm sorry. we'll give you better plan. >> tell us the truth. >> frankly, pat, you have to remember and my husband is a physician. i own a medical center with my husband and other physicians. one of the things that we forget here is unl
's welfare. similarly, malice will receive a cancer diagnosis, but we'll have to come to terms with their own mortality. rufus the question of whether we did enough and i like to make a difference in the lives of others. i can say there is no room for doubts or regrets. each of us must be able to answer the universal question by saying he or she absolutely is a positive impact on the world. we cannot fool ourselves. we must really believe this but we cannot afford to postpone the purpose that defines our lives because we do not know how long we have. for the sake of our children, fellow human beings and tranquility of ours will, we must again to take action right now. that really crystallized as i hope, why i thought it was important to insert a little more work into my own life and try to motivate people to part with a lot of their precious resource and make a difference in the lives of others because the way we are going to make sure that this country can thrive is by making sure that we measure our nation's success by how well their children are doing. i think if you took a step back and t
. >> they have to prove malice, a tough element to prove when you're a public figure in a defamation case. >> avery, nothing against the law being a working parent that travels a lot, he is saying, however, while he is doing that, his reputation is being scarred. is it worth 50 million? will the court see it his way? >> well, the supreme court answered that question, fredricka, about 50 years ago cht number one, is he a public figure. number two, is there actual malice. the record shows for five months he saw suri ten days. he will never get the disclosure of sources. i hate to agree, richard is exactly right on this. case dismissed. >> we like it when you all agree. we know we have to tackle a couple other cases, avery, richard, in which you will not be in total agreement. look forward to seeing you. they'll breakdown the guilty verdict for utah dr. martin macneill, convicted overnight of murdering his wife, and also tackling the potential legal consequences involving the miami dolphins alleged bullying investigation. our legal guys, avery and richard will be back breaking down those cas
indicated his anger and his malice i would say toward the tsa officers. >> there have been reports he had been shot in the mouth, and that has not been confirmed. in fact, the authorities are extraordinarily quiet on the extent of his injuries. we understand he was shot four times suggesting he was also hurt in the leg. no indication when he may come around. obviously not just that letter. they will want to hear from him and they were gathering evidence from the family. they said they received messages for him that he was prepared to die. this was clearly a man intent on a serious gun attack. we certainly saw it being lethal on friday. back to you, shannon. >> dominic, thank you for the update. >> to separate or not to separate. it has been a major debate in congress when it comes to whether or not food stamp funding should be tied to the farm bill. we will have a fair and balanced debate with our allstar panel. and you at home asked us, what is happening with the investigation of the u.s. targeting conservative groups? well we have your answer a little later in this hour. stick around. >
the jury find the defendant guilty of murder with malice as charged in the indictment and assess his punishment at death. >> reporter: jack ruby died in 1967 while awaiting a second trial. but for earl ruby, there was still work to do. >> he didn't want to kill oswald in the first place. he only wanted to hurt him. >> he didn't want people to think that my uncle was part of any kind of plot to kill, one, the president who he loved so much and then to be part of a conspiracy against our government. i just think he wanted to clear that idea. >>. >> reporter: so these are the telegrams your uncle received in the jail? >> yes. >> reporter: many of them were laudatory. >> congratulations, job well done, god bless you. has of the. congratulations for your most heroic and dynamic act. >> reporter: joyce's home became a repository for jack ruby documents and mementos after her father divide in 2006. this letter to your father from jack in which he still is trying to explain himself. this is, like, three years after the weekend in dallas and he says "i was never involved in any conspiracy and
,000 in compensatory damages the jury also found one of the girls, now 14 years old, acted with malice and is liable for punitive damages. the second phase of the trial is to determine how much she will have to pay to set. >> the uc has reached a tentative agreement with the california nurses association. the agreement proposes a 4% annual rates for the 11,000 nurses who work at the uc hospital. the four year contract also had a no-strike provision prohibiting the nurses from striking during the lifetime of the contract. >> a bay area yvettes' is bringing together some unlikely collaborators in music. this is all for a good cause. thousands of people are expected to attend a concert for kids even dance. tomorrow night at&t park in san francisco it will benefit the you see as an effort children's hospital and children's hospital of oakland. the band the agreement day will perform, along with blondie and robert m. c. hammer. previous concert raised $10 million and this year's event has already raised $6 million in sponsorships alone. >> sampras's go are expected to pay more than double for their water
in malice and envy, hating ourselves and others. when the goodness and loving kindness of our savior appeared, not because of works done by us, by th washing of regeneration of the washing of the holy spirit. he didn't save us because we earned heaven for ourselves, he saved us when we were filthy for sin and washed us clean by t blood of jesus and does it in baptism. he knew what we could become. he took us at diamonds in the ruff and made us shy. second, jesus is saying through the cross i want to forgive you. i'll pay the supreme price to do so. god is in the saving business. jesus went to the cross to save us from the sinful world. galatians 1:4, jesus gave himself for our sins to deliver us from the present evil age according to the will of our father. god couldn't look down at this sinful world and do nothing. he wanted to change the direction of the world. he wanted to find a way for men to live righteous in good life by means of the cross, god made a way to save us from sin and save our lives. it is personal to jesus. it is not a passing fad. it is what he was willing to live
a minister or -- but for the most part, not of any malice or anything like that but because this is what the people of this community knew and were familiar with and what most of the ministers were. most of the prayers sounded like this. >> well, no. not most of the prayers sounded like the one you just read. >> that wouldn't matter as i understand it -- the limitations proselytizing and disparaging, but i think justice kegan's question is the limitations. it doesn't matter if there be an executive body. it could be a town meeting, school board, voting record, utilities board. is this case about prayer at the beginning of the legislative session or is it about prayer in all three branches of governme government? >> this case is out of the legislative session. that is the meeting, that is at the time of greece is. in fact respondents tried to argue that this is what they called coercive because there are public hearings held but they are held at least 30 minutes after the prayer and anyone coming to the public hearing can show up after the prayer. >> why was it used so promptly and for ju
there is some malice in the proposal from the northern ireland attorney general, but rather that entering enormous expenditure and effort pursuing crimes committed during the troubles, decades ago, where the evidence is difficult if not impossible to establish, to justify grievances of victims including widows of police officers and prison officers should be addressed in other ways so that northern ireland can move on from its hideous past. >> i have great respect for the gentleman's views on this issue to he served in northern ireland. he knows how important these issues are. first of all, i do think it's important to allow -- about parades, flags and the giddy with the path. clearly the duty with the past part is most difficult of the three and the most difficult to unlock. the second point i would make is we are all democrats to believe in the rule of law, believe in the it dependence of the police and prosecuting authorities, and they should if they're able to the able to bring cases and i think it's a dangerous to think you can put some sort of block on that but, of course, we are in
, apples, with their malic acid, which cuts right into arthritis, the anti-inflammatory omega 3 inside the flaxseeds, and my personal favorite, turmeric. rmeric is probably the most powerful anti-inflammatory food you can find in your local grocery store. you ready to try this? >> yeah. >> you just make and you drink. so easy. so let's give it a try. >> okay. >> wow. that's powerful. i don't know if you guys know this, but both my parents are medical doctors. my mom told me that health is our greatest asset. >> absolutely. >> so, let's toast to the best health ever. cheers. >> bravo. >> i've had migraines most of my life, where there's times where just keeping my eyes open is very painful. basically, being put in a dark room, laying in a bed thour eyes closed would be the only relief i would get from a migraine. once a week, i wou suffer from a migraine. since incorporating the nutriblasts, i hen't had one headache -- not one migraine. the nutriblet is different because it extracts all the nutrients from the fruits and vegetables and nuts, and i think everybody should do it because you
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